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  • Fiberstone

    Are you interested in pots that are durable and look great anywhere in your home or business? Planter Resource is here to help with our selection of fiberstone pottery!

    Lightweight
    Comes in a variety of sizes and colors
    Versatile material
    Compact
    Great for both indoor and outdoor use

    Take a look at our bullet and egg fiberstone pots! If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our selection of fiberstone pots, contact us today.

    Fiberstone Pottery

    Although the name might not ring a bell, chances are that you have seen and enjoyed a piece of fiberstone pottery before. Fiberstone pottery yields a variety of shapes, styles, and colors. They’re visually stunning, they look very stylish and attractive, and they boost the overall feel of every home garden, building, and store. That is why we here at Planter Resource pride ourselves in having the best selection of fiberstone pottery in New York City!

    Fiberstone pottery yields a variety of shapes, styles, and colors. They’re visually stunning, they look very stylish and attractive, and they boost the overall feel of every home garden, building, and store.

    What is Fiberstone?

    Fiberstone is a blend of fiberglass and crushed stone. Fiberstone is a very versatile material. It can have a rough, sandy texture that makes it look like real stone or finished concrete. It can also have a smooth to a slightly textured finish. Such materials produce a durable substance that is ideal for indoor and outdoor use at any temperature. It can be polished, raw, or a weathered, aged appearance.

    A lot of people, while decorating their gardens, unfortunately, neglect the impact that Fiberstone pots and planters can have. This may be due to the reality that people are not aware of the level of detail and aesthetics to which Fiberstone pots and planters can be built. It’s because, in general, the knowledge of garden Fiberstone pots is very small. As far as Fiberstone planters are concerned, the reactions of people vary from being slightly interested in being seriously puzzled. There is therefore an urgent need to spread awareness of this great material for home decoration as well as gardens.

    Apart from the noticeable benefit of boosting the aesthetics of one’s home and garden, large Fiberstone pots and round Fiberstone pots are also sturdy. They are made from stronger fiberglass materials than conventional clay pots. As a result, they last longer can handle more heat and can even cope with a wide variety of temperature conditions. This is especially useful when a person lives in the tropics, where cycles of sunshine are usually interspersed with heavy rains.

    Lightweight Cement Planters

    If you are looking for a durable outdoor solution to your potted plant, consider our lightweight cement planter options. Dressed to look like cement, they are made from a resin polymer material. Resin is a composite blend of polymer similar to plastic, but with the durability of true cement. It is composed of an inner core, followed by a protective layer of thick polyurethane, and a textured outer shell. These components all come from recycled materials, so you can count on these planters as an eco-friendly option for your home or garden.

    Resin planters are durable, resilient, and surprisingly lightweight. Unlike regular planters, resin planters will not swell and contract with the seasons. When temperatures fluctuate, you can count on these planters to retain their shape without cracks or compromises that would cause other planters to break down. You can also count on these planters to not corrode or lose their color in the rain, snow, or sun. Their lightweight design and durability allow for easy moving, and the ability to transfer plants with the changing seasons – they are otherwise completely maintenance-free.

    Browse our selection of lightweight cement resin products below. Choose from the small and compact egg planters for your tight spaces, or choose one of our larger rectangle designs or tapered squares to make a statement in the center of your garden.

    Why Fiberstone?

    Fiberstone is a mixture of fiberglass and crushed stone. Fiberstone is a versatile material. It can have a rough and sandy texture which makes it look and feel like real stone or finished concrete. It can also have a smooth to a lightly textured finish. These materials create a durable material that is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use at any temperature. It can be colored, natural, or have a weathered aged look.

    The combination of these materials used to make fiberstone produce the appearance of natural stone but is lightweight and more versatile than natural stone. Additionally, fiberstone is easier to move than identical concrete and natural stone products. The reinforced fiberglass backing of fiberstone makes it less fragile than concrete.

    All of these pots finishes have all the benefits of fiberglass planters in that they can be used indoors or outdoors fiberstone, so durable that pots and planters can be filled with dirt and left outdoors year-round. No more hauling your planters in every winter. As with fiberglass all pieces are hand finished and will vary from piece to piece.

    Fiberstone Pottery From Planter Resource

    Are you interested in finding that perfect piece of fiberstone pottery for your backyard, garden, or balcony? Come talk to our experts here at Planter Resource? You can find us at the New York City Flower Market, or you can call us at 212-206-7687 to talk to one of our pottery specialists today! We are happy to help you find the best products in the city.

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  • Cedar Planters

    Cedar Planters

    Planter Resource’s incredible selection of cedarwood planters provides garden enthusiasts with a natural outdoor aesthetic. So even if these cedar planters are indoors, they will bring the look and feel of the outdoors into the room or office space.

    Interested in a cedar planter but unsure which type of planter or look to include in the garden space? Browse our wide selection of square-shaped or rectangle-shaped cedar wood planters. Cedar is an excellent material to raise plants for longevity and protection from the sun. We also offer custom sizes upon request.

    We offer two types of cedar planters:

     

    Do not settle for any ordinary cedar planter. Purchase the best cedar planter from a company that only uses high-quality materials in their planters. We offer standard sizes as large as 48″ or as small as 24″. The sky’s the limit here at Planter Resource. Create an entire garden of cedar planters. Even though cedar planters can craft a whole atmosphere of a garden, these planters can be a unique accent piece in an office or home. 

    Our Cedar Square planters come in the following sizes:

    • 26″ x 26″ x 24″
    • 24″ x 24″ x 18″
    • 21″ x 21″ x 18″

     

    Our Cedar Rectangle planters are available in these sizes:

    • 36″ x 12″ x 12″
    • 48″ x 18″ x 18″
    • 48″ x 24″ x 24″

    Why Choose Cedar Planters?

    When designing and building the perfect indoor or outdoor space, a little touch of nature can liven up and brighten the room. Cedar planters can craft a streamlined aesthetic or stand alone for a natural centerpiece. Spice up a garden’s design by personalizing our cedar planters to match any garden or room design.

    Benefits of cedar planters:

    • Durability
    • Earthy design
    • Customizable
    • Perfect for any home, small office, or home garden
    • Flexibility in shapes and sizes

     

    These planters are made from 100% white cedar and are highly durable. Surprisingly, our cedar material options are highly resilient and capable of withstanding the elements. Cedar is a naturally durable wood. The cedar tree is resistant to rotting and is not susceptible to insects, making it an excellent material to craft planters. Cedarwood also absorbs moisture from the soil, making it an ideal choice for a healthy, natural-looking garden. If someone is light-handed when it comes to watering plants and flowers, the absorbent characteristic of cedarwood can keep plants hydrated. Additionally, this material is versatile and will easily combine with and complement other indoor or outdoor garden design aspects, like seating and trellises.

    Look no further than one of our cedar planters to craft a beautiful mini garden or accentuate any garden space. In addition, cedar planters are great for the environment. Cedar is considered an eco-friendly choice. Cedarwood is a fast-growing resource and produces little waste. Once cedarwood has undergone the harvesting process, the entire tree is usable, including roots and bark.

    Many people are going green these days, and cedar planters are considered a renewable resource. In this way, they are perfect for those who want an at-home garden and something to feel good about regarding their environmental impact.

    Have questions? Feel free to contact us at info@planterresource.com for assistance. Shop Planter Resource for high-quality pottery planters for any home garden, small office, or area

    Planter Resource In New York City

    At Planter Resource, we specialize in finding the perfect planter accessory for any home, small office, or garden space. Try browsing through our selection of planters and accessories to find the best planter or accessory for any indoor or outdoor area. We invite all to explore our extensive warehouse of high-quality planters and accessories. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to answer any pottery and accessory question. No matter the need, our team has a product solution.

    Our dedicated pottery experts want homeowners and renters to have incredible pottery and planter accessories available at their fingertips, which is why we’re available in all facets. For online ordering, please use our contact form. Contact us at (212) 206-7687 with any questions about Planter Resource or to request a quote on a favorite pottery piece.

    We offer same-day local delivery for Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island City, and surrounding areas in New York for locals. Our delivery rates are dependent on the size of the order and the location within the state. We can also ship using UPS and carrier truck freight. Shipping rates vary depending on package size, order size, and location.

    Learn More About Us

    Planter Resource began in 1994 and, ever since, has become a staple in the NYC Flower Market. With over 60,000 sq. ft of stocked warehouse, our customers, visitors, and residents alike know our company to be one of the largest suppliers of pottery and garden supplies on the East Coast.

    Wholesale Supply At Pottery King

    In need of a larger pottery supply? If purchasing wholesale planters is of interest, please contact Pottery King, our sister pottery and planter location, at (631) 451-1254 or send an email to info@potteryking.com. At this location, our team can take care of any significant pottery or planter accessory needs. There are many pieces to choose from at this location in wholesale quantities that our team can deliver same-day local in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island City, and surrounding areas.

    Same-day delivery rates are dependent on the size of the order and location in the state. Shipping by UPS and carrier truck freight is also available. However, shipping rates will vary depending on order size, package size, and location.

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  • Outdoor Glazed Planters

    Outdoor Glazed Planters

    Planter Resource carries a number of different glazed planters that will look beautiful in any home or business. Contact us today with any questions you may have regarding our selection of outdoor glazed planters.

    Looking for a Glazed Planter?

    If you are looking for a lovely addition to the outside of your clients’ buildings or businesses, consider the many choices of planters and pottery we offer here at Planter Resource, located in the famous New York City Flower Market. These pots are great for the outdoors because these first quality glazes are frost resistant, making it perfect during the freezing winter months. They are also great additions to container gardening. Our glazed pottery is imported from our international partners in a variety of trendy colors and finishes that make any business stand out from the crowd. No matter when or where your clients’ businesses are, you can make sure that they thrive using our beautiful and eye-catching outdoor decor such as our glazed planters. 

    Imagine one of these outdoor glazed planters on your clients’ terrace or outdoor dining patio. They would look lovely holding your beautiful plants at every season of the year. Plus, because we have a vast collection of colors available, they definitely can match with your current outside furnishings for a consistent and beautiful aesthetic. Your plants and other decorations will be guaranteed to rest easy in one of our planters and look great, too. They can reside next to your outside cushions or perhaps fill up a corner of your clients’ terrace. What exactly are you waiting for? Consider our outdoor glazed planter selections for your plant’s new home today!

    What Makes Up a Glaze?

    Glazes are a form of glass specially designed to adhere to pots and other ceramic surfaces. When molten, this specialized glass is stiffer than glass that is poured or blown, like many typical glass decorations and finishes are. This is critical, because otherwise when brought up to temperature in the kiln, the glaze will spill off the vertical surfaces of the pots. This creates the gorgeous patterns you see on our outdoor glazed planters today. Our international partners create each planter and planter glaze design by hand. 

    Colors In Glaze

    Glazes come in a wide variety of colors, originating from minerals and inorganic compounds. Iron oxides, cobalt oxide, chromium oxide, copper oxide, and copper carbonate are the most widely used colorants.

    The firing process may also affect the color of a glaze. If there is plenty of oxygen in the atmosphere in the kiln it is considered an oxidation fire. If there is very little oxygen in the atmosphere, this is called a reduction shot. The level of oxygen in the kiln will cause a dramatic difference in the color of a glaze. For example, if fired in an oxidation atmosphere, a simple glaze using copper carbonate to color it would be turquoise or bright red if fired in a reduced atmosphere

    The Opacity of Outdoor Glazed Planters

    Glazes vary from absolute clarity to total opaqueness. Most opaque or partly opaque glazes derive their influence from either tiny particles or bubbles of compressed air retained in the glaze. Often white glazes are translucent rather than a true colorant due to opacity.

    In an otherwise clear glaze, different minerals can cause opacity, but other characteristics such as surface and crystal development can also be achieved. Many of these minerals are known as glaze modifications.

    Types of Outdoor Glazed Planters

    When searching for the perfect planters for your home or restaurant, look no further than Planter Resource’s selection of beautiful pots and planters. We specialize in two different kinds of glazed pottery:

    • Blended Glaze Pots
      • Blended color-glazed pots are meant to catch your attention. The dramatic designs make your eye go directly to the pot, no matter what plants and flowers it contains. These posts are most commonly used in groups of three or more and serve as a focal point.
    • Solid Outdoor Glazed Pottery
      • Solid glazed pots are meant to match colors in the landscaping or architecture while not grabbing as much attention as a blended glazed pot would. These pots don’t make the scenery too busy, they are designed to blend in with the surroundings.

    Our selection page of beautiful outdoor glazed planters features pots of all shapes, sizes, and colors. If your business or home has a certain aesthetic, Planter Resource will have the right planters just for you and your clientele. 

    Outdoor Dining and Glazed Planters

    With outside dining on the rise, these planters will be great for any outdoor dining space. Your clients will fall in love with these elegant and eye-catching designs! It is important for your clients to have the most beautiful outdoor decor and pots, especially in such an incredible place of luxury and fashion like New York City. 

    Learn More About Us

    Planter Resource was Established in 1994 and has been a staple in the NYC Flower Market ever since. Over the years we have grown to be one of the largest suppliers of Pottery and Garden Supplies on the East Coast.

    With our 60,000 sq ft fully stocked warehouse minutes away, we pride ourselves in same or next day delivery throughout the five boroughs.

    Contact Us

    Are you ready to elevate your outdoor dining to the next level? Call Planter Resource at 212-206-7687 or stop by our store at 150 West 28th Street for more information!

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  • Durastone

    Do you have an outdoor garden that you are trying to utilize more? One of the best things you can do is introduce new pottery. The problem is that replacing pottery can be expensive and anytime you use up a pot, it feels like it has to be thrown out at some point for even the most trivial of reasons.

    Do not let that be your situation. Here at Planter Resource, we offer Durastone pottery that is able to stand the test of time. Durastone is outdoor pottery for those of you that are tired of having to replace your pottery every time you use it. The aspect that makes Durastone stand out from other types of pottery is that it is made to last and is going to stand not only the elements, but the test of time.  

    However, figuring out what Durastone pottery is best for you and your garden can be tricky. When you are seeking out durable personal pottery you should come visit us at Planter Resource. Our team of pottery experts are able to determine what kind of Durastone pottery is best for your aesthetic and practical needs. At the end of the day, we can send you home with pottery that is made from high quality and durable material that will ensure you aren’t in need of replacing it anytime soon. 

    Whether you need it delivered or you have to have it right then and there, we can get it to you. We have warehouse access right there in the store and can handle the majority of orders coming our way. 

    Types of Durastone Pottery Available

    If it’s Durastone you’re after then some of our more popular choices include:

    • Rolled Rim
    • Uno Modern Pot
    • Euro Square
    • Egg Pot
    • Linea Bowl

    Each of these pottery pieces have their own unique purpose and aesthetic. If you have any questions or would just like to know more then go ahead and give us a call at 212-206-7687 or use our online contact page. Already know what you want? Then go ahead and shop our products right here online! 

    Shopping For New Planters?

    When you are shopping for planters to put in your outdoor space, it is vital to compare the materials utilized for the manufacturing of such products. Outdoor planters need to battle off the sun, snow, dogs lifting their legs, and so much more. Another important thing to take into consideration when looking for pottery is how well it stands up to temperature changes. Here in New York, it can be humid one day and snowing the next. You need pottery that is able to withstand the fluctuating temperature and weather conditions we have become accustomed to. With so much going against your outdoor landscaping products, it’s no wonder people end up replacing planters so often.

    Luckily, you don’t have to replace your planters anytime soon when you purchase Durastone pottery from Planter Resource. There’s a certain type of planter material available that allows you a worry-free, maintenance-free solution to planters so they can last way longer. It’s our Durastone line of products, not the same plastic-based resin you’ll find at your local gardening center.

    Lightweight And Durable

    Made out of Polyethylene Resin, these planters reproduce perfectly the color, texture, and appearance of traditional garden products, but without the weight. They will not chip, crack, or fade when exposed to environmental conditions. The perfect lightweight container that will survive the test of time.

    When you are desperate to find planters, you might just grab the first ones that you see online or in your local store. However, it is important to research what these regular planters are made of and how they are able to withstand the elements. The planters at your local garden shop are made of a more traditional plastic ‘resin’ but our type of resin originates from high-density polyethylene, meaning it’s really not just plastic. We use high-quality resin materials to craft our Durastone line of products.

    Durability, lightweight, flexibility, and strength are some advantages of growing plants in our Durastone containers. They are excellent choices for moisture-loving plants, and not only do they provide great protection but with lots of organic material it will soft and keep your plants healthy, furthermore, it will also act like a filtering system that will help to catch and collect the chemicals so less of them make it to the roots of your plant.

    Why Choose Durastone?

    If you are still not entirely convinced about the power of Durastone pottery, look no further. Once you see the differences between genuine resin products and other outdoor product materials, the clear choice is Durastone. If you don’t want to deal with replacing your outdoor planters anytime soon, we’ve got you covered with the best material to go with.

    Our Durastone pots are also stronger and more flexible than clay pots for instance. We have a wider range of styles available. One of the main disadvantages of clay pots is that they break much more easily than plastic. If you drop a clay pot, it will likely shatter. Clay is also easy to chip if bumped or tipped over. Durastone pots are easier to clean and disinfect and will last much longer than other types of pottery.

    Durastone Pottery in New York City

    Look no further than Planter Resource for the highest quality Durastone planters in the city! We are located in the iconic NYC Flower Market on 150 West 28th Street. If you want to learn more about our selection of Durastone pottery, visit us today or call us at 212-206-7687 to talk with one of our pottery experts. We look forward to answering any question you may have regarding our Durastone planter and pottery selection.

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Does Your Garden Pottery Need Drainage?

Yes! We will always recommend the selection of drainage planters and pots, especially if you are testing the water in your watering capacity. It’s absolutely possible to render planters with a little finesse without drainage. It’s best to try to pour no more than 1/3 of the bottle capacity into the bowl. You may also line the bottom of the planter with lava rocks or anything close to create crevices for excess water to flow into. These methods will definitely help to reduce the chances of root rot.

What About Planter Size?

When we speak about plants, we sometimes refer to them in sizes or inches. This does not apply to the planter at all but refers to the diameter of the planter pot in which it is grown. For example, a 4 “plant refers to a plant growing in a 4” diameter pot, regardless of the size of the plant it comes in a 4 “high x 4” wide pot. These measuring criteria are used to manage variation of height and plant forms. A cactus that fits into a 4 “pot can be 1″ or 1 ft. tall. When choosing a pot, choose a pot that is 1-2″ larger than the current pot size if the plant is currently in a 10” pot or smaller. If your current pot size is >10”, choose a pot that is 2-3” larger in diameter.

Why choose us as your gardening supplier?

  • Garden centers, gardening enthusiasts, landscapers, builders, small retailers, and florists are among our clients.
  • Pottery King has the best prices guaranteed.
  • Our hands-on presence in our products’ manufacturing process has made us a market leader in design.
  • To suit all your tastes, and design ideas we deliver a wide range of gardening pots.

Should You Repot Your Plants?

First things first: repotting doesn’t quite involve changing the current planter of a plant, but instead changing the soil or potting mix. Fresh garden soil nutrients that are different. If you enjoy your present planter, this is wonderful news, but if you want to buy a new one, that’s good, too. Try to maintain the scale no more than 3 “larger in diameter for tabletop planters while you are changing planters, and no more than 6” larger in diameter for ground planters.

Your new planter can only need to be an inch bigger if you’re repotting a very small plant! The size here is significant because we will usually be more likely to water more frequently as we move our plants to a bigger pot with more soil. A tiny plant with an oversized planter and plenty of soil with too much water means murdering your plant unintentionally. You don’t want your plant to float in the dirt, but rather have a little extra space for the year ahead to expand.

It’s always a little fun to get dirty and, most importantly, it’s good for your plant. When you buy a new plant, it is possible that it has already overgrown. Overgrown plants look bright and new from the greenhouse, but without careful repotting, the plant would die in attempts to match the plastic jar you came in. Thus, repotting your plant also gives it a fresh potting mixture to grow in. Not only will the plant be able to sustain its existing height, but it will also be able to grow bigger. Initially, repotting doesn’t always mean going up a pot size. Repotting could mean changing the old potting mixture that has degraded the nutrients.

Scheduling

Obviously, it depends on how vigorously they grow, plants usually need to be repotted every 12 to 18 months. For years, some slow growers may call the same pot home, but they would only require replacement of the soil. Springtime is typically the perfect time to repot your houseplants, before the beginning of the growing season.

If you see one of these signals or a combination of them, you’ll feel it is time for repotting:

  • At the base of the planter, roots expand into the drainage hole.
  • The plant is being pulled up by roots from the planter,
  • Plant growth is slower (different from winter dormancy) than average.
  • The plant is incredibly strong and quickly falls over.
  • The plant dries out quicker than normal and needs more regular irrigation.
  • Plant pieces take up many as three times the pot area above ground.
  • A significant build-up of salt and minerals on the plant or planter

Here’s what you want to have handy:

  • Your new houseplant, naturally,
  • The planter in which you’re potting
  • New blend for potting
  • Lava rocks or equivalent (if your planter does not have a drainage hole)

Steps To Start Repotting Yourself!

Drop a plant from an existing pot

Switch the new plant sideways, gently grasp it by the stems or leaves, and before the plant slips out, touch the bottom of its current container. With a couple of soft tugs on the base of the roots, you might need to give it some support.

Loosen the source

In your palms, loosen the plant’s roots softly. You should prune off some extra long threadlike roots, just make sure that the thicker roots are left at the base of the foliage. If your plant is root attached, the roots expand along the base of the plant in very close loops, unbinding the roots as best you can and giving them a trim.

Delete the old potting mix from the

Remove around one third or so of the plant’s surrounding potting mix. Your plant absorbed some of the nutrients in the present mix as it expanded, so if you’re potting it anyway, you’ll want to give it a fresh mix!

Add a new blend for potting

Through the new planter, pour a coat of fresh potting soil and pack it down, eliminating any pockets of air. Before applying the potting mix, layer the bottom with lava rocks or the like (rocks, dirt, etc.) if your new planter does not have a drainage hole. The purpose is to create crevices, away from the roots of your plant, for the excess water to pool in.

Add plant to plant

Set the plant you removed from the growing pot in the new planter on top of the fresh layer of mix, make sure it is centered, and apply the potting mix around the plant until it is healthy. As you want the roots to breathe, make careful not to pack too much dirt into the planter.

Water and Please Enjoy

Water well, even out the potting soil on top, and enjoy!